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rmv-bikeshed

v0.0.1

Published

Takes typescript files and does horrible things to them

Downloads

14

Readme

bikeshed

End-all solution to typescript code style in a handy wrapper. Using tslint with (almost) standard config, and pre-configured prettier. Optionally also run jest.

This bundles all the stuff I usually end up using in a single place.

Standard config, but with comma dangle. No-semi, yes-comma just makes it easier to add, remove, or reorder lines. Additional lint rules to check import/property order to keep things even more consistent. And that's it.

Installation and usage

Use together with husky

yarn add --dev husky bikeshed

in package.json scripts:

"scripts": {
    "precommit": "bikeshed -c"
    "prepush": "bikeshed"
}

TODO:

  • tests

    • [ ] fix arguments
    • [ ] fix project
    • [ ] fix staged
  • features

    • [ ] fix arguments
    • [ ] fix project
    • [ ] fix staged

    maybe:

  • [ ] jest with findRelatedFiles

  • [ ] watch mode (on git-add?)